Araripe, Tristao de Alencar, Cidades petrificadas e inscripcoes lapidares no Brazil, Revista do Instituto Historico e Geografico Brasileiro, Tomo L, Parte Primeira, 1887, http://www.ihgb.org.br . Topics: Inscriptions, Epigraphy, Archaeology, Brazil, genealogy
byHartt, Carlos Frederico; Costa, Joao Baptista Regueira (traduccao)
Hartt, Carlos Frederico; Costa, Joao Baptista Regueira (traduccao), Inscripcoes em Rochedos do Brasil, Instituto Archeologico e Geographico Pernambucano, Pernambuco, Recife 1895. Topics: Archaeology, Epigraphy, Inscriptions, Brazil, genealogy
Buresch, K. 1898. Aus Lydien: Epigraphisch-geographische Reisefrühhte. Leipzig: Teubner.A collection and study of Hellenistic and Roman era inscriptions from the region of Lydia in Asia Minor. Topics: inscriptions, epigraphy, lydia, asia minor
E. Hultzsch, Inscriptions of Asoka. New Edition. In: Corpus Inscriptionum Indicarum vol. I. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1925. Full catalogue record from Worldcat: http://www.worldcat.org/title/inscriptions-of-asoka/oclc/4431934/ Digitized by Artur Karp, South Asian Studies Deptt, University of Warsaw, Poland. Topics: Asoka, Aśoka, Ashoka, Epigraphy, India, Inscriptions, Maurya
Giulio Jacopi, "Nuove epigrafi dalle sporadi meridionali," Clara Rhodos 2 (1932) 165-256. A hard-to-find collection of Greek inscriptions from Rhodos on the island of Rhodes (commentary in Italian). Topics: rhodes, epigraphy, inscriptions, rhodos, ancient history
Originally published in the Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal May, 1834 and republished in the SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research. Topic: Pali Burmese Bodhgaya Buddhism India inscriptions epigraphy
Hiller von Gaertringen, Inschriften von Priene. Berlin, G. Reimer, 1906. Greek inscriptions of Priene in Asia Minor. Public domain. Topics: Priene, epigraphy, inscriptions, asia minor, greek, genealogy
Volume 4 of Latyshev, Inscriptiones antiquae orae septentrionalis Ponti Euxini Graecae et Latinae. Petropoli: Societas Archaeolicae Imperii Russici, 1901 (vol. IV). Greek and Latin Inscriptions of the Black Sea Area, volume 4. Public domain.Includes Greek and Latin inscriptions from Olbia, Chersonessus, Neapolis in Scythia, Theodosia, and from Panticapaeum, Phanagoria, Gorgippia and Tanais in the Bosporan kingdom. Topics: epigraphy, inscriptions, bosporan kingdom, bosporus, black sea
Edition, with German translation, of Sabaean, Greek, and Old Ethiopic inscriptions from Ethiopia, with black and white photographs and plates. Includes indices of words and names. Topics: Inscriptions-Greek, Inscriptions-South Arabian, Inscriptions-Ethiopic, Epigraphy, Ethiopia
Tughlaq Administration in the Light of Epigraphic Evidence by Dr. Syed Jabir Raza. The article deals with the administrative institutions and the posts of Tughlaq officials in the light of Epigraphic evidences. The present article reconstruct the administrative system of the Tughlaq period on the basis of published epigraphs in Arabic, Persian and Sanskrit.Published in the Proceedings of Indian History Congress, 2009. Topics: Delhi Sultanate, Tughlaq, Administrative system under the Tughlaqs, Epigraphy, Epigraphic...
C.T. Newton, ed., The Collection of Ancient Greek Inscriptions in the British Museum: Part III. Priene, Iasos, and Ephesos. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1890. Public domain. (posted by Philip A. Harland)This is a much cleaner and more complete scan of this work than others online. There are other defective scans of this work (where the scanner manually picked up the book in the midst of scans), so I have cut mine up and scanned it. The only issue you will find is that the header (and page... Topics: inscriptions, british museum, asia minor, history, epigraphy, Priene, Iasos, Ephesos, Ephesus
J. Dyer Ball, Macao: The Holy City; The Gem of the Orient Earth (Canton: The China Baptist Publication Society, 1905).Digitized by Google from the Harvard College Library.Book donated by Harold Jefferson Coolidge. Topics: Macao, Macau, Luso-Asian History, Luis de Camões, missions, architecture, Imperial History,...
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